Clinical Hypnotherapy


How to know if this might be the right choice for you.

Are you highly motivated to overcome the obstacles in your life? Are you willing to commit to creating real change? If you answered YES, then Clinical Hypnotherapy may be the powerful tool you have been searching for to create the lasting change you desire. 

Are you simply trying to create change to appease someone or something else in your life – such as a partner? If you answered YES, then Clinical Hypnotherapy is not the solution for you. Clinical Hypnotherapy has only been seen to be highly effective with individuals who possess a strong drive to create change for themselves. The motivating factor internally has to be very strong and very personal to the individual.


Here are some examples of the areas in which Clinical Hypnotherapy has been found to be highly effective:

Anxiety and Stress Management

Confidence Building

Eliminating Negative Beliefs

Fear of Flying

Financial Growth

Insomnia or Sleeplessness

Managing Family Issues




Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


Public Speaking

Recovery from Break ups or Divorce


Sexual Problems 

Test Anxiety

Weight Loss or Weight Management 

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Can You Release Past Trauma with Clinical Hypnotherapy?


It is amazing how the events you experience at all stages of life can often stick with you throughout a lifetime. This can be a positive experience if the events were healthy and enjoyable to remember. However, this can serve as a barrier holding you back from your best life and can be downright debilitating if the events experienced were negative and/or traumatic.

Fortunately, Clinical Hypnotherapy can help release past trauma easily and effectively.  Every significant memory that you have resides in your subconscious mind, and is always linked to a specific meaning and emotion. The effects of this can be profound and manifest in various ways in your life.  
While in a state of hypnosis, you will be able to safely access these memories at your own pace, and then reframe the meaning and emotion that are associated with them.  During a hypnotherapy session you will not have your memory of the traumatic event deleted, rather you are able to access the memory and transform it into something that can be dealt with in a healthy and positive manner. This happens when you are truly ready to heal the part of you that has been negatively affected by the trauma. The end result is often very powerful and life changing – liberating clients from negative suppressors that have been weighing on them, often times for many years.
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Here are some examples of where Clinical Hypnotherapy can be used to address Past Trauma:

Armed Conflict (PTSD)

Childhood Accidents

Death of Friends / Family Members

Domestic Violence

Phobia-Causing Events

Sexual Assault / Rape

Traumatic Vehicle Accidents

Victims of Crime